June 27, 2019

Book Blast + Giveaway: A Murder on Jane Street by Cathy Cash Spellman


A Murder on Jane Street
Author: Cathy Cash Spellman
Publication Date: July 16, 2019
Publisher: The Wild Harp & Company, Inc.

Print Length: 410 pages 

Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC


Description:


A brutal murder.
A heinous secret
A deadly conspiracy.


The brutal murder of the little old lady next door puts FitzHugh Donovan on the case. A retired New York City Police Chief, he knows a cover-up when he sees one and his Irish Cop conscience can’t let that happen.

Now, Fitz, his family and his quirky band of Bleecker Street Irregulars are ensnared in the bizarre secret the woman died to protect.


Is this a 75-year-old cold case turned hot again, or an unspeakable crime-in-progress that could alter the course of the world?

Fitz doesn’t yet know how high the stakes are, that failure isn’t an option, and that the little old lady was so much more than she appeared. But he’s trying to keep everyone alive long enough to find out.

Characters you’ll care about, dark shocking secrets, and disturbing similarities to today’s political scene, will keep you turning pages to an ending you won’t see coming.
 


Praise for CATHY CASH SPELLMAN:

“...Almost impossible to put down. The Author has the ability to produce one powerful scene after another and the action draws you helplessly on...” ―Publisher’s Weekly on So Many Partings

“...A cross between The Thorn Birds and Ragtime...” ―ALA Booklist on So Many Partings

“Flows along with an inexorable narrative current that propels the readers from one involving episode to the next.” ―Booklist on So Many Partings

“An energetic plot that never takes a breather.” ―Kirkus Reviews on Paint the Wind

“A western extravaganza.. a plot teeming with outsize characters.” ―Publishers Weekly on Paint the Wind

“I have never read a book or connected with an author who has touched me so deeply – as a mother, a grandmother, and another psychic kindred soul!” ―Elizabeth Taylor on Bless the Child

“This book has really touched my heartstrings as both a mother and grandmother. And Cathy Cash Spellman is one hell of a writer!” ―Maureen Stapleton on Bless the Child

“With a seductive, at times spellbinding style, author Spellman (An Excess of Love) incorporates ancient myths into an entrancing romantic thriller.. Spellman succeeds in capturing the reader’s close attention as an unrelenting sense of foreboding drives the narrative forward with power.” ―Publisher’s Weekly on Bless the Child

 


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Photo Credit: Dakota Cash

Multiple New York Times and International Bestsellers, a Paramount Movie, book sales in 22 countries, Cathy Cash Spellman writes stories about love, friendship, adventure, and history. Known for her big sprawling sagas and memorable characters, Cathy writes the kind of stories women like to lose themselves in, and then remember long after the book is done.

Her books range through several genres: contemporary, historical, mystery, mystic and romance. Several take place in two time-frames, both current and historical.

Bless the Child was a Paramount movie in 2000, starring Kim Basinger and Jimmy Smits, and Paint The Wind has been optioned for film and TV.

Cathy is an Astrologer, Martial Artist (Black Belt Goju Ryu Karate) and has expertise in Chinese Medicine, several alternative healing modalities and many metaphysical disciplines.

She has written for Self, Harper’s Bazaar, Town & Country, Mademoiselle, Cosmo, Penthouse, Mode, Kung Fu and many other magazines about women, health, empowerment, sexuality, spiritual philosophy and Astrology. She blogs for The Huffington Post and The New York Times.


        

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Cover Reveal + Giveaway: The Grimoire Chroicles series by Zelda Knight


Today Zelda Knight, AURELIA LEO, and Rockstar Book Tours are revealing the covers and  exclusive content for THE GRIMOIRE CHRONICLES Series, her new Urban Fantasy Series with the first book releasing in December 2019! Check out the awesome cover and enter the giveaway!

On to the reveal!


ZEPHYR'S CURSE (The Grimoire Chronicles #0.5)
Author: Zelda Knight
Release Date: December 31, 2019
Publisher: AURELIA LEO
Formats: Paperback, eBook

Find it: Goodreads, AURELIA LEO

Description:

When Zephyr enters an ancient tomb in search of scrap metal, she doesn’t anticipate igniting a cosmic war. She’s stolen the key to a rare grimoire, The Book of Alabaza the Brave. The hordes of demons chasing her want it back. If she’s to survive, she must rely on Ezekiel, a member of a supernatural clan of guardians called the Thrones. The only problem is she belongs to the demonic caste, and Ezekiel was sent to slay her.

Zephyr’s Curse (A Grimoire Chronicles Novelette) is a fast-paced urban fantasy short story starring a curious crow-shifter and her reluctant guardian angel.


SCALE OF JUSTICE (The Grimoire Chronicles #1)
Author: Zelda Knight
Release Date: jUNE 30, 2020
Publisher: AURELIA LEO
Formats: Paperback, eBook

Find it: Goodreads, AURELIA LEO

Description:

Justice Bell has spent her entire life running away from the past. The direct descendant of the most powerful warlock in human history, she’s struggled under the weight of her family’s expectations. The only person she can trust is D’Angelo, an elemental sorcerer who happens to be her ex-boyfriend.

To make enough money to skip town, Justice and D’Angelo track down a demon with a large bounty on her head. While in pursuit, Justice stumbles about a rare girmoire, The Book of Alabaza the Brave. Soon, she discovers that the shapeshifting Nightshade, immortal Fae, and all of humanity are on the verge of war. Justice must form a coven with her estranged sister, Solana, and her best friend, Vanessa, to restore order to the three realms.

Scale of Justice (The Grimoire Chronicles, #1) is a fast-paced urban fantasy romance novel starring a rebellious witch and her charming elemental sorcerer. 




FLAME OF TRUTH (The Grimoire Chronicles #2)
Author: Zelda Knight
Release Date: November 29, 2020
Publisher: AURELIA LEO
Formats: Paperback, eBook

Find it: Goodreads, AURELIA LEO

Description:

Solana Bell grew up longing for the future. The unwanted secret child of the Bell Clan, a powerful coven of witches and warlocks, Solana has always felt out of place. When her half-sister, Justice, begs Solana to join a new coven alongside her rival, Vanessa, Solana is more than a little weary.

Soon, Solana, Justice, and Vanessa are in the middle of a cosmic power struggle between the shapeshifting Nightshade, immortal Fae, and all of humanity. Transported to the realm of the Nighshade during the war, Solana encounters Prince Rafael of the dragon-shifters. Solana holds the key to a rare girmoire, The Book of Alabaza the Brave. Prince Rafael will stop at nothing to possess it, even if it means following her to the underworld.

Flame of Truth (The Grimoire Chronicles, #2) is a fast-paced urban fantasy romance novel starring a trickster witch and her chiseled dragon-shifter prince.



WINGS OF GLORY (The Grimoire Chronicles #3)
Author: Zelda Knight
Release Date: June 29, 2021
Publisher: AURELIA LEO
Formats: Paperback, eBook

Find it: Goodreads, AURELIA LEO

Description:

Vanessa Jean-Charles has always lived in the moment. Orphaned at a young age, she’s navigated the world and her budding magical abilities alone. That’s until she met the Bell sisters, Justice and Solana, forming a coven to save the world.

The discovery of a rare girmoire, The Book of Alabaza the Brave, ignited a cosmic war between the shapeshifting Nightshade, immortal Fae, and all of humanity. Now Vanessa is tasked with destroying it. After sneaking into the realm of the Fae, Vanessa searches for their king, Emmanuel. Well, that was the plan before he tracks her down and demands her hand in marriage.

Wings of Glory (The Grimoire Chronicles, #3) is a fast-paced urban fantasy romance novel starring a badass witch and her immortal fae warrior.
ZEPHYR

Ezekiel motioned towards a gateway adorned with the skulls of giants. A shiver ran down Zephyr's spine. She curled her wings around herself for protection. Looking at the bones feels like a hex, she thought absently.

Embedded in the eye sockets of two of the three skulls were runes. She walked up to the gateway, doing her best not to gag at the stench of decay. Squatting to inspect the ground, Zephyr reasoned one of the runes was missing. There were only three realms, after all, Nightshade, Fae, and Human. The magic radiating from the runes matched that of the gateway. Zephyr glanced at the hilt of the ascended's broadsword. On the hilt, a gem reflected what little light there was inside of the cave.

There's no doubt it's the rune he seeks. That's the only way he could've pierced The Veil. So why is he asking me if I stole it? It doesn't make any sense!

Lost in her thoughts, Zephyr didn't notice Ezekiel approaching until it was too late.

"So?" Ezekiel boomed impatiently, mere inches away. She squawked in terror and leaped to her feet. Spinning around, Zephyr gulped as the guardian sheathed his sword and stepped forward in one fluid motion. Before she could step back, he lifted her chin upward, the palm of his hand resting on her throat. It's calloused... I always expected the highborn to be smooth all over.

"S-so. I don't know. I didn't borrow a rune. I borrowed—"

"Stole." He cut her off.

"Borrowed a key!" She snapped. Zephyr realized her mistake when a smug grin crept across Ezekiel's handsome face.

"Hmp. For a demon, you are a fool." His gleaming rows of perfectly straight teeth were begging to be knocked out. Zephyr believed he was her guardian angel. Now, she knew he was worse than an ogre!

Ezekiel bent forward, and his breath ghosted against Zephyr's skin. Something ethereal and sweet replaced the familiar smell of decay. With a curious expression, Ezekiel cupped her wounded cheek, thumb resting on her chapped lips. He murmured something too low to hear, but it sounded like an incantation to Zephyr's untrained ears. She shut her eyes tight with a grimace. She didn't want to see whatever he was summoning to obliterate her. To Zephyr's astonishment, her cuts and bruises began evaporating, leaving behind a faint translucent aura.

"You...healed me?" She asked dumbfounded.

He shrugged, "Naturally. I am ascended, not your neighborhood troll. Besides, you possess the key. Where is the grimoire of Alabaza the Brave?"

Zelda Knight writes speculative romance (horror, science fiction, and fantasy). She’s also a cryptozoologist in training. Keep in touch on social media @AuthorZKnight. Or, visit www.zeldaknight.com.







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June 26, 2019

Courting Kate Blog Tour: Excerpt + Giveaway


Courting Kate (Panthers Players #1)
Author: Tori Kron
Genre: Adult Sports Romance
Publication Date: June 23, 2019

Publisher: Acorn Publishing


Description:


Slapped with court ordered community service for brawling—again, Miller Cassidy, the Indianapolis Panther’s star player, is forced into laboring under stodgy non-profit supervisor, Kate Gallagher. Her saving grace—she happens to be best friends with Stella, the woman he’s been chasing for years.

Despite the masses falling for his charm, Kate doesn’t care for Miller’s notorious reputation or his flippant behavior. But wanting to impress her strict boss, she agrees to a trade that could give them both a shot at success.

Propelled into an unlikely alliance, Miller finds himself taking a defensive stance when he sees beyond Kate’s hard exterior. And Kate is equally thrown off guard when she discovers there’s more to Miller than games.

But is love worth sacrificing friendship? And can Miller let go of the feelings for Stella he’s held onto for years?

In love and basketball, it’s five fouls and you’re out, and every play counts.


As Kate’s body shifted, Miller noticed she’d removed her stiff suit coat, leaving her slim cut dress shirt on display. She’d undone the top two buttons, so a lace lined camisole peaked through the slight vee. He’d pictured her as a cotton type, so the dainty lace was a surprise. Especially how it faintly covered the shadowed dip in her chest. Did boring business suit Kate have a sensual side?


Distracted by the intriguing sight, Miller stumbled on the fringed edge of the living room rug as he made his way across the space. The clumsy player caught himself on the back of an oversized chair and righted his position.

“Are you okay?” Kate rushed to Miller’s side. Her hands wrapped his arms as she attempted to help him regain his footing.

The player jerked at her warm touch.

“I’m fine.” Miller navigated around the seat and plopped down on the couch once more. “I just tweaked my knee at practice.”

The player rubbed his right knee to further solidify his story. There was no way he was going to admit that he’d tripped because he’d been staring at Kate. What even caused him to do that? Kate was dull, too serious, and worst of all, she was Stella’s friend. Maybe he was just tired? Lack of sleep could make a person delusional.

“I’m sorry to hear that,” Kate replied.

A slight look of concern graced her face, and Miller’s chest grew heavy. Was she actually worried about him? Sure, a few of the jersey chasers had tried to mother him over the years, but their motivation had always been obvious. Plus, he was used to the sharp cut of Stella’s eyes. They rarely held sympathy. However, Kate looked genuinely concerned. And Miller wasn’t sure how he felt about that.

“It’s not a big deal. I just need some rest.” Miller attempted an assured grin. She’d know he was lying if he went for a full on smile, so he had to play it cool. Or as cool as he could when he suddenly felt an overwhelming warmth swell through his body.

Luckily, it was well known that he’d had knee surgery a few years before, so hopefully Kate believed his cover. This was one time Miller wasn’t mad about all the media coverage he got.

“You sure you’re okay?” Kate rose from her perch and stood over him. “I can get you some ice.”

“Positive,” Miller said. “Totally fine.”

He was fine, the player told himself again. It wasn’t Kate that had an effect on him. She couldn’t.

It was simply that he wasn’t used to seeing a woman other than his sister or Stella in his personal space. That was all, Miller reasoned. Because there was simply no other explanation.
Tori Kron has spent ten years educating middle school students in the art of English writing. She is a proud graduate of Purdue University, where she discovered a love for nearby Chicago and the adventures that awaited within. When Tori isn’t in front of the classroom, you can find her working with fellow authors in the Midwest Writers Guild or traveling the world with friends. In between excursions, she happily resides in Evansville, Indiana with her husband and son.



 
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June 25, 2019

Release Day Review: Wicked Fox by Kat Cho

Wicked Fox (Gumiho #1)
Author: Kat Cho
Genre: YA Fantasy/Mythology
Release Date: June 25, 2019
Publisher: G.P. Putnam's Sons Books for Young Readers

Description:

A fresh and addictive fantasy-romance set in modern-day Seoul.

Eighteen-year-old Gu Miyoung has a secret--she's a gumiho, a nine-tailed fox who must devour the energy of men in order to survive. Because so few believe in the old tales anymore, and with so many evil men no one will miss, the modern city of Seoul is the perfect place to hide and hunt.

But after feeding one full moon, Miyoung crosses paths with Jihoon, a human boy, being attacked by a goblin deep in the forest. Against her better judgment, she violates the rules of survival to rescue the boy, losing her fox bead--her gumiho soul--in the process.

Jihoon knows Miyoung is more than just a beautiful girl--he saw her nine tails the night she saved his life. His grandmother used to tell him stories of the gumiho, of their power and the danger they pose to humans. He's drawn to her anyway.

With murderous forces lurking in the background, Miyoung and Jihoon develop a tenuous friendship that blossoms into something more. But when a young shaman tries to reunite Miyoung with her bead, the consequences are disastrous...forcing Miyoung to choose between her immortal life and Jihoon's.
  


https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/42133479-wicked-fox

Wicked Fox is the first book in a fascinating new young adult fantasy series that combines mythology and contemporary fiction in the city of Seoul. I was really excited to read this one after seeing the description, and I guess I had pretty high hopes for it. Sadly, it didn't quite live up to them for me. Please remember that these are my own thoughts and opinions and don't reflect on the book itself. I know tons of other readers are going to love this novel. I'm just going to go right into it and tell you what I liked and what I didn't care for so much.

Like:
Characters - The two main characters in the story, Miyoung and Jihoon, were both interesting and I enjoyed getting to know them. They both had flaws and secrets, so that made them more realistic to me and I could connect a bit easier with both because of that. Since this is a love story of sorts, the blossoming relationship between the two plays a big part in the book. I normally don't like romance intertwined with other genres because it tends to overshadow the main plot. But in this case, it suited the story perfectly and wasn't super sappy - so I was okay with it.

Plot - The plot of this book was really unique and caught my attention right away. I'm not familiar with any of this mythology or folklore, so I found it very intriguing. I loved getting to know the different myths and the supernaturals found in them. I definitely think this could have been expanded on a bit more and I'm hoping the author will continue to weave this topic into the next book. The story line was pretty much a star-crossed lovers type situation, but the author obviously put her own spin on it to make it stand out from anything else out there. 

Dislike:
Writing Style  - This is completely on me. There were a few issues I had with the writing. First, the story was stuffed full of Korean words and names for things, which isn't a bad thing. I'm a perfectionist though, and I had no idea how to pronounce these words and kept forgetting what they meant, so they continuously tripped me up. That was a huge problem for me and I don't think I got to lose myself in the story because of it. Also, the writing is done in the third person and I'm a strong fan of the first person. This happens a lot with me and books, but I can't seem to help it. I just really like and prefer the first person because I can connect with the narrator on a deeper and more personal level - which also means I can lose myself in their world and story almost completely. I just can't get that same feeling or result with any other writing style. Again - this is totally on me and doesn't reflect on the book or writing. It's my own personal issue and nothing more.

Pace - For me, it felt like the pace of this book was so incredibly slow. It took forever for anything to really happen and then when it did, it was sort of predictable and uneventful. I kept waiting for things to pick up but they never really did. The story had a ton of potential, but the slow pace of the book definitely worked against it for me.

Overall, this was a solid and exciting first book in a new YA series that fans of fantasy, paranormal, and mythology/folklore will want to get their hands on. I'll be picking up the second book in the series when it releases to see where the author will take us next.





 

Queen of the Sea Blog Tour: Author Tens List + Giveaway



Queen of the Sea

Author: Dylan Meconis 
Release Date: June 25, 2019
Publisher: Walker Books US
Age Range: 10 - 14 years
Grade Level: 5 - 9
Hardcover: 400 pages

Description:


Cult graphic novelist Dylan Meconis offers a rich reimagining of history in this hybrid novel loosely based on the exile of Queen Elizabeth I by her sister, Queen Mary.

When her sister seizes the throne, Queen Eleanor of Albion is banished to a tiny island off the coast of her kingdom, where the nuns of the convent spend their days peacefully praying, sewing, and gardening. But the island is also home to Margaret, a mysterious young orphan girl whose life is upturned when the cold, regal stranger arrives. As Margaret grows closer to Eleanor, she grapples with the revelation of the island’s sinister true purpose as well as the truth of her own past. When Eleanor’s life is threatened, Margaret is faced with a perilous choice between helping Eleanor and protecting herself.


Praise for QUEEN OF THE SEA:

The art, reminiscent of Raina Telgemeier’s style, creates levity during perilous situations. The book is dense with dialogue, often feeling more like a work of prose than a graphic novel. As a result, this complex work will be more accessible to those familiar with graphic novels…Certain to charm sophisticated graphic novel devotees. —School Library Journal (starred review)

Meconis offers an atmospheric alternate history inspired by the childhood and succession of Queen Elizabeth I in this quietly ambitious graphic novel…Art in soft, earthy colors brings this singular story to life in styles ranging from simple line drawings to elaborately styled text illuminations. The island world is richly developed, both in its physical particulars and its close-knit community (fascinating digressions into topics such as convent time, hand gestures used at table, and chess and embroidery flesh out daily life), and Margaret proves herself an endearing heroine with a strong voice full of humor and wonder. Her perspective transforms a storm-wracked rock into a vibrant world of hidden treasures. —Publishers Weekly (starred review)

Meconis’ humor and storytelling gifts here wed seamlessly with her evocative pen-and-ink and gouache illustrations, which are rendered in warm earth and sea tones and brim with movement, expressively capturing even Margaret’s interior monologues. With its compelling, complex characters and intrigue-laden plot, this will have readers hoping it’s only the first of many adventures for Meconis’ savvy heroine. —Kirkus Reviews (starred review)

“Weaving faith, love, statecraft, and self-discovery into a tale of palace intrigue relocated to the halls of a convent on a remote island at sea, Dylan Meconis uses the trappings of the history we know to create a high-stakes adventure in an alternate past that feels so detailed and so familiar, you’ll find yourself wondering why you never read about it in school. This beautiful book swept me away from the first page.” —Kate Milford, author of the Greenglass House series

“Dylan Meconis is at the absolute top of her game. A gorgeously rendered, lovingly realized alternate history, full of personal revelations in the midst of political intrigue. A tale of growing up, and of understanding that the world is larger and stranger than it once seemed. (Plus it has a Terrible Recipe for Terrible Gruel.)” —Ben Hatke, author-illustrator of the Zita the Spacegirl series

“This is the book I was always trying to get my hands on in high school that never seemed to materialize. An adventure to lose yourself in, with an attention to historical detail to please the nerdiest among us. I fell easily and completely into this world and its characters, knowing I was safe in Dylan Meconis’s hands, and I’m really excited for more people to find out what I’ve known for a long time—that she is one of a kind.” —Kate Beaton, author-illustrator of Hark! A Vagrant

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Ten Facts about QUEEN OF THE SEA
 
1) The title was the first thing I knew about the book. I have a mental list of titles in search of stories, and “Queen of the Sea” is one of the oldest ones. It dates back to my childhood!

2) When I was watercolor-painting the final art for the book, I only messed up one page so badly that I had to start over. My artwork itself looks very tidy, but everybody who knows what a klutz I can be when it comes to cups of coffee, bottles of ink, etc. will find this shocking.

3) The little ballad that Eleanor sings when practicing on her lute is a song I composed in high school, for a prose story that I’ve since lost. The song has been stuck in my head for the last umpteen years, so it seemed like it deserved a second chance at life on the page. I’d like to record it when the book releases!

4) I researched most of the plant and animal species in the book very carefully. Just about everything you see actually would have existed in the British isles in the 16th century. I really enjoyed researching the history of goats in particular, and I was delighted to find out that the old goat breeds of Scotland and England were very shaggy and had enormous horns.

5) All the embroidery in the book is real. I designed most of the letters and images, and then my studiomate Erika Moen turned them into actual stitches. I scanned the fabric and color-adjusted the thread to be colors that existed in the period and fit the color scheme of the painted art in the rest of the book.

6) I accidentally gave the evil queen in the book the same first name as…my wife. So I changed the spelling. Problem solved! (According to me. Not to my wife.)

7) Almost all of the book is painted in just three unmixed watercolors: Yellow ochre, burnt sienna, and Payne’s Grey. The places where they combine to make colors like green or purple were made by overlapping layers of those colors on the paper, not by mixing them together into a new color of paint.

8) Saint Elysia is not a real Christian saint – she’s unique to this story. A lot of real saints have been demoted by having their feast days removed from the liturgical calendar because their actual existence isn’t well-documented enough.

9) I designed all the fonts inside the book. The word balloons use a variation on my normal hand-lettering style, which I call “Audric” after a character whose dialogue needed a slightly swishy appearance. The script-style captions are based on Queen Elizabeth I’s handwriting from a letter she wrote when she was twenty.

10) When drawing and painting, I “watched” (ie, mostly listened to) a lot of stuff on Netflix. This book took so much work that I listened to every single episode of Forensic Files, Psych, Supernatural, Columbo, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend at least once. Several of them twice.
Photo Content from Dylan Meconis

I’ve been writing and illustrating my own stories since the first grade, and I’ve been making comic books since middle school (no, really! Seventh grade was a tough year for me socially, so I had a lot of time to draw). I started my first book-length comic (graphic novel) in high school.

Unlike a lot of people who become professional artists and authors, I didn’t go to art school or a creative writing program in college. Instead, I mostly studied history, literature, philosophy, and French in the College of Letters at Wesleyan University. This means I have a brain full of weird facts, old books, strange art, and the extremely useful ability to read The Tales of Canterbury in the original Middle English. Except for the Middle English bit, it’s all come in very handy for writing and drawing historical fiction and fantasy.

I first started to get paid for making comics when I was still in college, when my first graphic novel was published online. After college, I worked as a graphic designer and visual communications consultant (which means “person who helps teach adults complicated stuff in cool new ways using pictures”). I’ve worked with Fortune 500 companies, global charities, technology companies, libraries, and a lot of other interesting organizations. I’ve made illustrations, animations, information graphics and cool presentations, explaining everything from how microchips work to the ways that clean drinking water can help communities in the third world.

For the last ten years, though, I mostly work as a writer, comic book creator and illustrator! Sometimes I make books totally by myself, and sometimes I get to team up with other writers or artists. It can be lots of fun, but it can also be very hard work. Luckily, I never get tired of making new stories.


        
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WEEK ONE
JUNE 24th MONDAY JeanBookNerd INTERVIEW
JUNE 25th TUESDAY A Dream Within A Dream TENS LIST
JUNE 26th WEDNESDAY BookHounds YA REVIEW & INTERVIEW 
JUNE 26th WEDNESDAY Triquetra Reviews EXCERPT
JUNE 28th THURSDAY Cover2CoverBlog REVIEW
JUNE 27th THURSDAY Wishful Endings FILL IN THE BLANKS
JUNE 28th THURSDAY TTC Books and More TENS LIST
JUNE 29th FRIDAY Movies, Shows, & Books EXCERPT 

WEEK TWO
JULY 1st MONDAY Nay's Pink Bookshelf REVIEW
JULY 2nd TUESDAY Book Queen Reviews REVIEW 
JULY 3rd WEDNESDAY Sabrina's Paranormal Palace REVIEW
JULY 3rd WEDNESDAY Two Points of Interest REVIEW
JULY 4th THURSDAY Wonder Struck REVIEW
JULY 4th THURSDAY Such a Novel Idea REVIEW & PLAYLIST
JULY 5th FRIDAY Bri's Book Nook REVIEW
JULY 5th FRIDAY Crossroad Reviews REVIEW